Day Nine Recap

Bastion CoverWelcome to the completely pointless recap of First Hour's Day Nine! What are these? Well, simply links to the last 24 first hour reviews for your reading pleasure. Why are they pointless? Well, they're not completely pointless, but we've actually got a lot of content in the pipe and having to put this together feels like a pain.

Anyways, we've finished up another 24 hours of gaming, which actually is quite a bit. A person can do a lot in 24 hours if they put their mind to it, and most of us would probably put our minds toward gaming, at least I would. Not 24 different games, that would be insane and overwhelming, but when spread across a few months, it's definitely doable.

So the games: we've got console games, PC games, portable games, blockbusters, indie titles, old games, and new games. Minecraft, Magicka, and MotoHeroz. A double dipping of Captain America and Bionic Commando. One of the things I love about writing for this site is just the sheer variety of stuff we cover.

Here's the list, and see you in Day Ten!

Bolded games are titles we would definitely recommend you keep playing beyond the first hour.

  1. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  2. Captain America: Super Soldier (PS3)
  3. Captain America: Super Soldier (Wii)
  4. Minecraft
  5. Magicka
  6. Kyotokei
  7. Xenoblade: Chronicles
  8. Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition
  9. Bionic Commando and Bionic Commando
  10. Deus Ex: Human Revolution
  11. MotoHeroz
  12. Fallout: New Vegas
  13. Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale
  14. Rage
  15. Professor Layton and the Last Specter
  16. Batman: Arkham City
  17. Ghostbusters: The Video Game
  18. Dark Souls
  19. Bastion
  20. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  21. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
  22. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
  23. Suikoden III
  24. Dead Nation

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